Photographer Beawiharta gives us an intimate look at a cremation ceremony for three members of the royal family of Ubud, on Indonesia’s island of Bali.
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fantastic pictures…more then of art..i love bali…
awesome!! no wonder.. its only can created by… “mas Bea”
great moment, a men in the right time and the right place with a perfect camera and a little bit sensual touch..
mantabbb… smart pictures
amazing capture. wonderful shot.
Bea, awesome pics!
kaya sekali foto-fotonya..
rich colors, rich emotions, rich angles, mixed with exotic sounds,
build a great pictures!
fantastic shots, thers!
perfect shots, perfect angles, thers!